Steve Mascho Seeking Reelection For Bradford Township Supervisor
Steve Mascho, Republican candidate, has officially announced his candidacy for re-election as Bradford Township supervisor.
A lifelong resident of Bradford, I have lived in the township for almost forty years and have served as a board supervisor for the past eighteen years. My experience includes nearly fifty years as a heavy equipment operator, working for Quaker State and Foster Township, and earning the Safe Driver award from Crossett Inc.
Most recently, I am self-employed in excavating services and driving tractor trailer. I am a member of the First United Presbyterian Church and former deacon. During my time as township supervisor, I have gained in-depth knowledge and a clear view of the various components of our township. In 2020, I was instrumental in working with PennDOT in creating a detour for thru-traffic while the South Avenue bridge was under construction. This provided an alternate route for township police and area residents as well as Zippo employees.
Additionally, I have worked with businesses to locate and welcome them into our township, including Hoover Oilfield Supply and Universal Well Services, both having the potential to bring significant revenue into our area. Going forward, I will carry out our plans for much needed road repairs and adhere to a strict schedule of road maintenance.
I will ensure cleanouts of drainage ditches and culverts, preventing flooding and further damage to roads and properties. I will ensure that our bridges are constructed in a cost-effective and timely manner by seeking funds through state grants and prioritizing our bridge projects. I believe that my experience and attributes are crucial components in what it takes to serve you well for another term. I am strongly committed to our residents and will work in their best interests while keeping costs down, making it affordable and more desirable to live in our township.
There are never-ending ways to improve and develop, all while keeping within our budget. I will continue to treat residents with respect and tend to their concerns. With your vote, I will continue to fight against back door deals, and always vote NO to wasteful spending. And I will promote transparency so all residents are informed of how we are using their tax dollars. I appreciate your vote and all write-in votes.